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Norris Public Power District Continues to Battle Winter Storm

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As of 9:30 p.m. Norris Public Power District had approximately 400 customers without power due to the winter storm that rolled through the area late Friday night and early Saturday morning.  Outage numbers continued to decrease this afternoon and evening; however the dark, snowy road conditions in the rural areas continue to hamper restoration efforts. Overnight restoration efforts will be ... Read More »

Legislative Forum Scheduled for Marysville

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A Legislative Forum with Senator Mark Taddiken and Representative Sharon Schwartz will take place Saturday, February 18, at the Marysville City Hall.  Coffee & Rolls – 8 am, Forum begins promptly at 8:30 am.  The forum is sponsored by: Marysville Chamber of Commerce and AT&T Read More »

Art Exhibit to Open at Lee Dam Center for Fine Art

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  “Unmasking Mental Illness” opens February 12   The Marshall County Arts Cooperative is partnering with Pawnee Mental Health Services to bring an art exhibit to the Lee Dam Center for Fine Art.  The exhibit, “Unmasking Mental Illness,” commemorates the mental health organization’s 55th anniversary.   The exhibit includes a display of art from Pawnee’s clients, families, and friends that ... Read More »

Blue Valley Telecommunications Warns Customers of Fraudulent Emails

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An important reminder from Blue Valley Tele-Communications… There has been a recent wave of fraudulent emails to our customers, the purpose of which is to elicit personal information for criminal purposes. This is known as ‘phishing’ and is something of which you should be very wary since the emails often appear to be from legitimate sources. Here are some tips ... Read More »

Search for 14-Year-Old Continues

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A 14 year old girl is missing from Wymore.  Alexis Wieskamp from Wymore and has been missing since Jan. 19.  Kathy Haake, Wieskamp’s aunt said Alexis left her foster home on January 19th and was later seen in the alley by the Wymore library.  Wymore Police report they have had few leads. The teenager has long, dark brown hair is ... Read More »

Crime Stopper’s Tip Leads to Firearms Arrest

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Gage County Sheriff’s report a Crime Stoppers tip led to the arrest of a felon in possession of firearms on Monday. The tip led deputies and Wymore Police to Wesley P. Shillings, 38, of Wymore.  It was confirmed that Shillings had several felony convictions from Texas.  When questioned at his home by police Shillings admitted there were three firearms in ... Read More »

Counterfeit Bills Passed in Downtown Marysville

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Several counterfeit $20 bills were used as payment to businesses in downtown Marysville.  According to the Marysville Police the bills were given as payment for purchases at several downtown store.  Police immediately notified businesses through the Chamber of Commerce.  Police have identified a person of interest and forwarded the investigation to the Marshall County Attorney’s office.  County Attorney Laura Johnson-McNish ... Read More »

Marysville Bank Closing

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Great Western Bank has notified its customers that the Marysville Branch will be closing April 27th.  According to a letter received by its current customers all accounts and services will be transferred to its Beatrice Branch. Read More »

Soil Fertility School Scheduled

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              The Soil Fertility School will be held on Tuesday, February 14, 2012 in Marysville, KS at the Marysville American Legion (310 N. 19th).  Registration and gathering will begin at 9:45 A.M., and the program will begin at 10:00 A.M. and conclude around 3:00 P.M.             The Marshall County Soil Fertility School is a basic soils 101 school that ... Read More »

Blue Rapids Museum Work Moves Forward

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            The Blue Rapids Museum will install a new roof in April.  After 2 years of fund raising and donations.  The local goal was to match $20,000 Larry Parsons would donate.               Shortly after Christmas an anonymous donor presented a check for $10,000 to the museum.  According to a press release the museum has accepted a bid from Geisler Roofing ... Read More »